This workshop in Stirling focused on case studies that demonstrate how to run a successful heritage regeneration project. Click on the links below to access the case studies and the other presentations, or scroll down for a selection of workshop photos.

BRICK Introduction

Laura Norris introduces the aims of the workshops and explains how the BRICK programme can help community groups who are hoping to start their own built heritage project.

Shop fronts, Townscape & Beyond

Dr Lindsay Lennie, Project Officer from Stirling City Heritage Trust discusses how the trust was set up and shares some inspirational projects that they have worked on in the past decade.

Case Study: The Engine Shed Project, Stirling

The Engine Shed Project is an impressive scheme by Historic Environment Scotland to create a world class conservation hub which raises conservation standards in skills and training and inspires a new generation of young people to get involved.

Case Study: Kelvingrove Bandstand and Amphitheatre

Anne McChlery, Director, Glasgow Building Preservation Trust explains how community involvement and the Commonwealth Games had an impact on the regeneration of the bandstand in Glasgow.

Project Management – How to

Susan O’Connor explains how to solve a problem like built heritage. A handy guide for those who are starting to consider their project management.

A quick guide to procurement

Procurement isn’t an easy topic to cover in twenty minutes, but Alex Hatt explains how to go around this essential process for those who are working on heritage regeneration projects.

Case study: Kilmahew / St Peter’s – A Future Reclaimed

Clare Simpson, Project Co-ordinator, NVA shares this impressive case study of St Peter’s Seminary, just outside Glasgow. The building has just been awarded funds for regeneration